Tag Archives: V&A

Christian Dior: Designer of Dreams

The latest must-see exhibition to come to London is Christian Dior: Designer of Dreams which opened at London’s Victoria &Albert’s Sainsbury Gallery. The exhibition, the largest and most comprehensive, to be staged in the UK on the House of Dior … Continue reading

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V&A’s latest exhibition Frida Kahlo: Making Her Self Up

An exhibition of the life of Frida Kahlo has opened at the Victoria & Albert Museum. I love her vibrant, distinctive paintings. While this exhibition is more about the person, exploring her life as a child with her family up … Continue reading

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The Swinging Sixties celebrated at the V&A

What goes around, comes around and the latest exhibition at London’s Victoria & Albert Museum ‘You Say You Want A Revolution? Records and Rebels 1966 -1970 evokes an era where 50 years on the country is again going through major … Continue reading

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Free Theatre Exhibition at London’s V&A

The original mask worn by Michael Crawford in the Phantom of the Opera A free exhibition Curtain Up opens tomorrow 9 February at the Victoria & Albert Museum celebrating 40 years of the Olivier Theatre Awards. Encompassing the world’s leading … Continue reading

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Alexander McQueen at the V&A wins Evening Standard Beyond Theatre Award

Alexander McQueen’s Savage Beauty Exhibition at the Victoria & Albert Museum in London, one of 2015’s must-see exhibitions, has been honoured at the Evening Standard Theatre Awards with a Beyond Theatre Award. McQueen who grew up in London’s East End … Continue reading

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Constable at the V&A

Constable, The Making of a Master opens at the Victoria & Albert Museum on 20 September. The V&A is the leading centre for the study of Constable’s works having in its possession over 300 paintings, sketches, drawings and watercolours. The … Continue reading

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